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San Diego State University is a top ranked research University in Southern California. The rigorous curriculum and exceptional instruction from devoted professors during my time as an undergraduate has prepared me to further my education with my Master of Social Work degree. San Diego State University has an exceptionally diverse student body, which enhances the cultural awareness for each student attending the institution. Although I will be pursuing my Master of Social Work degree at Arizona State University, attending San Diego State helped to cement that decision for me with the exceptional learning experience from professors in all subject areas and the rigorous curriculum to keep your mind constantly learning and striving for more.
Great school with a lot of research opportunities in a wide variety of majors. Very diverse students and friendly and amazing professors. Many resources available for help with classes such as tutors and other study material. Students are open to helping others and have very noncompetitive attitudes.
SDSU offers students many ways to get ahead in life. They have an expansive list of classes and majors, which helps students find an area specific to their interests. Also, being such a large school guarantees students the ability to tap into a large network of alumni who have gone on to start businesses, become community leaders, and pursue more education. Having access to this network helps greatly when looking for internships, full time positions, mentorship, becoming an entrepreneur, and everything in between. But what I liked most about SDSU is the understood notion that this school transforms students into alumni who are ready to go into the work force and do great things. Being an engineering graduate, I couldn't agree more with the idea that my classes and the caliber of instructors I had were perfect for molding me into a budding professional ready to demonstrate my value and enhance the community around me. While I did choose to transition to the military shortly after graduating SDSU, and have since been honorably discharged, I can say that all of the aforementioned tools and accolades still hold just as useful as they were when I graduated eight years ago.
San Diego State University was a very beautiful campus. I was in the College of business, Accounting. Coursework was quite challenging but that may be because I didn't really like accounting. The campus lacks diversity. The African American population doesn't make up to 5% of the school (my estimate)
SDSU is diverse and has something for everyone. The quality of my doctoral program was outstanding and I can't recommend it highly enough.
I thought it was a good, affordable school. My major was very small and it was a close-knit group.
I liked my college. It was and the campus was nice but sometimes I felt like the campus was too big and there were too many students. so it didn't feel like a community. It felt more like a subway station where everyone just passes each other by you and never really see the same people everyday.
I would highly recommend San Diego State University. They provided me with an extraordinary education at a decent price. Many people think going to a large public university would limit their classes. I only had minimal trouble getting into classes and will be graduating in 4 years even though I changed my major two times.
I'm glad I went to SDSU. I had great professors and was involved in some wonderful clubs on campus, including InterVarsity. As a transfer student, I received good resources to help me figure things out. I graduated with no student debt. I wish I would have taken more advantage of the career planning center, honors classes, and similar academic and professional resources as a student.
I attended San Diego State from 2008-2013 and got my bachelors degree and credential from here and I love the program and all the support that I got in my credential teaching program. This school offers tutoring if you do not understand something and a lot of programs and clubs that you can be a part of. In Fall of 2014 I started my Masters of Education online at the University of San Diego and I am still finishing it up. I love this online program, it is fast paced but the professors are very clear with what they want and the work is usually turned in on the weekends which is beneficial for working teachers. Both school are great with wonderful professors.